The College supports undergraduates as they pursue their academic goals at the University of Chicago. College Advisers help students pursue their academic interests and guide them as they plan a program of study leading to a degree.
“Students in the College draw their encouragement, inspiration, and confidence from excellent teachers. Imaginative teaching and learning are at the heart of our mission,” — John W. Boyer, Dean of the College
For the times when you’re not attending class, prepping for a class, studying for an exam, or sleeping, UChicago provides a wide array of social, cultural, intellectual, and athletic activities to choose from. So if you’re bored, it’s not our fault.
The University provides a number of organizations and programs to support students in the College. Look here for information on campus resources such as tutoring, transportation, and funding your education.
The College has been providing students with a world-class education since the founding of the University of Chicago in 1890. For over 100 years, undergraduates have thrived in an environment that encourages critical inquiry and independent thought.
The University of Chicago is dedicated to making undergraduate education available to students from all backgrounds.
Funding requests made to the Dean’s Fund are one-time requests and cannot be renewed. Students seeking renewable funding should seek the advice of ORCSA or their academic department. Additional sources of funding include, but are not limited to: Summer Action Grants International Experience Grants Uncommon Fund PRISM Grants National Scholarship & Fellowships
Your financial aid headquarters, available year-round to assist students and families in making a world-class University of Chicago education affordable. The FAQ page does a great job of addressing many of the questions you’re likely to have about your financial aid process.
The University of Chicago is dedicated to making undergraduate education available to students from all backgrounds. We do this by providing a generous program of financial assistance to students and their families. The level of institutional funds made available demonstrates a sincere commitment to reducing the barriers of cost to obtaining an education and to meeting the demonstrated need for...
The Dean’s Fund for Student Life exists to support innovative ideas from College students. Funded by the donations of generations of alumni, the Fund has supported students and their ideas since its creation. Over the years, the Dean’s Fund has sponsored innovative one-time ideas from students that have supported their academic and social contributions to the life of The College...
Students may apply for the Dean’s Fund at any time during their first 10 quarters in the College. Your award will be paid out as a stipend, so you will be responsible for reporting the stipend amount as income when you file your tax return (Form 1040). To receive your stipend, please see Katherine Karvunis in Harper 241. You might...
UChicago undergraduates have access to several unique opportunities through Career Advancement . The Jeff Metcalf Internship Program provides over 1,000 paid, substantive internships exclusively to students at UChicago. As students seek full-time employment, Career Advancement is here to support by helping craft top-notch application materials and preparing students for on-campus recruiting , which is an opportunity to interview with distinctive...
All bills associated with your College tuition originate from the Bursar’s Office and are sent to your home address. If you need information on your tuition payment, billing dates, payment plans, or account balance, see their website, or visit them at Edelstone Center, 2nd Floor (6030 South Ellis Avenue).
Last academic year, the Dean’s Fund for Student Life supported 31 out-of-the-ordinary student projects-on campus, in Chicago, and beyond.
Many professors need students to assist them with their research—which can be a great way to learn more about your field while (often) getting paid. As you might expect, many of these opportunities are in the Biological Sciences, but the Chicago Booth School of Business, Computer Science, Psychology, Social Sciences, and Humanities are also represented.
Looking for a part-time student job? This site lets you search job postings for on or off-campus positions, work-study or non work-study opportunities.